CDA Taking an Initiative to Improve Islamabad’s Water Supply

CDA Taking an Initiative to Improve Islamabad’s Water Supply

Capital Development Authority (CDA) has taken many initiatives to make sure to provide clean drinking water to the residents of Islamabad. Installation of new water treatment plants at Sector I-8 and Sangjani is in progress.

Rs495 millions are the estimated amount of money required by the CDA for repair and maintenance work of rotten water pipelines, tube wells, water tankers, installation of new pipelines and other projects. On Wednesday, CDA officials said that they are working day and night to make Islamabad the most mesmerizing capital of the world. They also added it is the duty of CDA to provide clean water to the people.

Chairman CDA Mr Amir Ali Ahmed said the water supply reservoirs are also being repaired and tube wells in sectors G-10, G-11, F-11, I-9, I-10 had been repaired.

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